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1967 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 9 Tight Ends drafted in the 1967 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Tom Beer drafted in round 2 out of Houston by the Denver Broncos. The 1967 drafted Tight Ends were Billy Masters drafted in round 3 out of Louisiana State by the Kansas City Chiefs, Ed Carrington drafted in round 7 out of Virginia by the Houston Oilers, Rayfield Wright drafted in round 7 out of Fort Valley State by the Dallas Cowboys, John Beasley drafted in round 8 out of California by the Minnesota Vikings, Jim Hester drafted in round 14 out of North Dakota by the New Orleans Saints, Chet Anderson drafted in round 14 out of Minnesota by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jerry Zawadzkas drafted in round 16 out of Columbia by the Detroit Lions and Bobby Nichols drafted in round 17 out of Boston U. by the Boston Patriots. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1967 Draft.
1967 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2 32   Tom Beer   Houston   Denver Broncos
3 77   Billy Masters   Louisiana State   Kansas City Chiefs
7 164   Ed Carrington   Virginia   Houston Oilers
7 182   Rayfield Wright   Fort Valley State   Dallas Cowboys
8 197   John Beasley   California   Minnesota Vikings
14 342   Jim Hester   North Dakota   New Orleans Saints
14 350   Chet Anderson   Minnesota   Pittsburgh Steelers
16 401   Jerry Zawadzkas   Columbia   Detroit Lions
17 440   Bobby Nichols   Boston U.   Boston Patriots
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